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Commerce platform, JD.com, has left Australia after only 15 months due to losses, while strengthening relationships with NZ fresh produce distributors.
Pharmacy 4 Less has reportedly signed a deal with JD.Com’s e-commerce business to expand its existing cross-border operations.
From stock market star to laughing stock: how copycat, 'shanzai', and counterfeit goods landed Chinese marketplace Pinduoduo in hot water.
New research from eMarketer reveals that Alibaba’s dominance in China might not be as untouchable as it seems, as niche players start to rise up to take their share of the e-commerce pie.
According to Alibaba, its new artificial intelligence (AI) copywriting tool can produce 20,000 lines of product copy each second.
A new global report has revealed that retail brand value has risen 35 percent across the globe, with online marketplaces like Amazon, Alibaba and JD.Com driving the growth.
Google has unveiled plans to invest $550 million in JD.com, as the tech giant looks to profit from the fast-growing e-commerce market in Asia.
The Managing Director of Google Australia, Jason Pellegrino has said that Australia is at risk of missing out on a $2.2 trillion boom in the artificial intelligence (AI) arena. Is the e-commerce industry also falling...